One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

Kora Arminio

Kora Arminio

Director of Undergraduate Admissions

If I were a CU student ... I’d get involved with campus organizations, ministries, and activities from the start of my 1000 Days. Cedarville offers over 100 organizations, a variety of ministries, and hosts many activities right on campus.

Also, take advantage of your proximity to Mom and Dad’s.

What is the best restaurant in the area? Ironworks in Springfield! Ironworks has a wide selection of unique waffles and great coffee. If you go on a Saturday morning at brunch, it’s likely I will also be there.

What sets CU apart from other colleges and universities? What I would say sets Cedarville apart from other schools is the opportunity for growth spiritually, academically, and personally. Through daily chapel, intentional professors, and a loving community, I have been privileged to see growth in my own life in these areas. Countless other students and I have experienced this type of growth on this campus not simply because Cedarville has an incredible faculty, academics, or community, but because the institution’s commitment to Scripture is unwavering, and that guides and defines all that we do.

Hometown? Martinsburg, WV - Go Mountaineers!

Degree? B.A. in Organizational Communication

Best place to visit around Cedarville? I love visiting the Oregon District in Dayton! Great for walking around, listening to live music, and enjoying great coffee and food.

Bucket list item? Boat ride in Venice, Italy